World Health Organization

The World Health Organization’s Global Malaria Control Program (WHO GMP) is the premier body for malaria control guidelines, quality control and technical expertise. In 2006, the WHO GMP demonstrated a tremendous capacity for reform, adapting its policies and tactics to the increasingly complex and demanding nature of malaria control. It issued and effectively publicized revised guidelines for treating malaria and distributing long-lasting insecticidal nets. It further re-established indoor residual spraying with DDT and other insecticides as a critical and necessary means of preventing the spread of malaria.

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